Iain Duncan Smith reacted to the death of the former Deputy First Minister with thoughts of the Birmingham pub bombing families in mind.Read the full story ›
Nine families who lost loved ones in 1974 will attend a hearing today, still unsure who will be footing the bill for their lawyers.Read the full story ›
The families of the victims of the Birmingham pub bombings will get legal aid at new inquests because of proposed changes to the law.Read the full story ›
Councillors have approved plans to give the 21 people who died in the Birmingham pub bombings the Posthumous Freedom of the City award.
It was forty three years ago when the attacks on two pubs took place.
One of the country's most senior coroners has backed the bid for legal funding for families taking part in the Birmingham Pub bombings inquest.
Today the first pre inquest hearing took place into the deaths of 21 people in the attacks on two pubs 42 years ago.
However, the row over how the families' legal teams will be paid continues, and campaigners once again accused the Government of delay tactics to avoid getting to the truth. Chris Halpin reports.
Chris Halpin reports on the fresh inquests in to the deaths of 21 people killed 42 years ago.Read the full story ›
Fresh inquests are to get underway today amid a dispute of legal funding between the families of the victims and the Government.Read the full story ›
The Library of Birmingham has been lit up this evening to honour the 21 people who died in the 1974 Birmingham Pub Bombings.
It's 42 years since the atrocity and events have been held across the city in commemoration.
It was also announced today those who lost their lives will be posthumously awarded the Freedom of the City.
Next week fresh inquests will resume for those who died.
Lawyers representing the Birmingham pub bombings families are continuing to push for Hillsborough-style funding for the forthcoming inquest.Read the full story ›